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post #211 of 4175 (permalink) Old 09-29-2012, 05:38 PM
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Got meh slicers on ! Its setting high in the front in this picture because the camber was way off but I fixed that today with my trusty
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At the risk of exposing my true nerd self here... Someone at work erased half a flowchart and left "a Mir occurs" in a box. So I drew Mir:

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At the risk of exposing my true nerd self here... Someone at work erased half a flowchart and left "a Mir occurs" in a box. So I drew Mir:
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Oh Yea! Good stuff! Wish I could have joined you!

Thanks for sharing (even if it's only a picture) lol

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Uh oh! If I'm reading the little guys shirt correctly there is another monkey on the loose. Ron you may have some competition !

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Cute Ralph!
My boy has a fascination with Monkeys too. He's a chip off the old block.

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Uh oh! If I'm reading the little guys shirt correctly there is another monkey on the loose. Ron you may have some competition !
Beware the monkeys!

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I spotted this hoopty in the parking lot today on my way into work tonight. What a waste of a perfectly good Cadillac.

Yes, those are nuclear reactor containment buildings in the background.








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Cute Ralph!
My boy has a fascination with Monkeys too. He's a chip off the old block.



Beware the monkeys!
I gather neither of you have seen a 14 month old who's just discovered he can climb before?

He gets far enough from the ground to give Papaw, Nannie, Mama and Dada severe heart attachs.

Hence the outfit his mother dressed him in.

He's a real cutie pie. And he LOVES flirting with the girls. He's one of us guys, that's for sure!

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U wouldnt catch me dead in that caddy. Eww

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Smog test on my Mustang, did worse than the 'bird did back in January. Crazy.

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I gather neither of you have seen a 14 month old who's just discovered he can climb before?

He gets far enough from the ground to give Papaw, Nannie, Mama and Dada severe heart attachs.

Hence the outfit his mother dressed him in.

He's a real cutie pie. And he LOVES flirting with the girls. He's one of us guys, that's for sure!

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Its been awhile since I've had a14 month old

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Smog test on my Mustang, did worse than the 'bird did back in January. Crazy.
Well, you passed! Pretty good job there - I had a car I bought brand new that I couldn't pass CA emissions with, a 1995 Mazda Protege. Of course, I had 290,000 miles on said car when I tried to pass, I don't know if that had anything to do with it!


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Quote "Not bad for a cell phone"
Wow I'll say I thought it was a spider.

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Just picked this one up this week: Sherwood S-8900A (solid state). This thing has boatloads of power and an incredible range of tone. Took the photos tonight.

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Just picked this one up this week: Sherwood S-8900A (solid state). This thing has boatloads of power and an incredible range of tone. Took the photos tonight.

My collection of amps, speakers and guitars is overtaking my house.
Thats awesome, I dig old stereo gear. I have a couple like that too. Where do you find your old stereo stuff?

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Anywhere and everywhere. A lot of it has come from coworkers, who knew I collected that stuff and would keep an eye out. In most cases, they would find an old amp in their basement and just give it to me (instead of throwing it out).

Here is an old Motorola tube amp that I restored last spring:



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Anywhere and everywhere. A lot of it has come from coworkers, who knew I collected that stuff and would keep an eye out. In most cases, they would find an old amp in their basement and just give it to me (instead of throwing it out).

Here is an old Motorola tube amp that I restored last spring:


Ah I reminder those , cool thing to have and hold on to IMO

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I dig the shot of the sky wheel's shadow on the beach. Very nice!


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I don't have pictures quite so nice as Darren's, but I did take a pic of the 97 Sport exhaust:


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